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A.J. Boyd

AJ

Ruminating over cappuccino in Rome.

I am an adjunct professor of theology for a pontifical seminary and various U.S. study-abroad programs in Rome, specializing in ecumenism, ecclesiology, and the Church of Rome.

I am also a doctoral candidate in Ecumenism and Dialogue at the Pontificia Universita San Tommaso d’Aquino in Urbe, more commonly known as the Angelicum.

In my spare time I serve on the board of directors for the University of Notre Dame Alumni Association, representing alumni and friends throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

I am grateful to be an alumnus the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas, my home in Rome for four years. I spend my summers teaching intensive international programs there.

[This blog does not represent the Centro Pro Unione in Rome, though naturally i am a fan. I actually picked the name of the blog before moving to Rome and encountering the center.]


9 Comments

  1. Jimmy Mac says:

    AJ – thanks for introducing my to your blogsite. I will haunt it from time to time.

    Have a good study year!

    Jim McCrea

  2. gayatri wedotami says:

    Dear A.J,

    Handsome blog, Handsome blogger,
    Handsome motto, Working for Christian Unity from the heart of Rome
    I am glad being a Christian-Shia, living for a few months in the heart of Rome with you.

    Lol.

  3. Danny Manyasi says:

    Hallo A. J.!
    Good to have found myself in your blog. Please kindly locate me a congregation or diocese that ‘stands’ late foreign priestly vocation.

    I am a 38 years old East African much interested in both Deaf and Blind apostolate.

    Merry x-mas and happy 2013!!!

  4. Theodore says:

    A.J.

    I appreciate your blog and the work (and studies) you are doing in the Eternal City. I’m looking into studying at the Angelicum myself. Please send me an e-mail when you get a chance to talk about studies there and life in Rome.

    God bless,

    TN

  5. Nate Bacon says:

    Hi AJ! Greetings from Guatemala! How are things these days with you? Would love to connect some time. Drop me a line!

    Blessings,

    Deacon Nate Bacon

  6. Nancy Walton-House says:

    Hi AJ, it was great seeing you at St. James Cathedral Midnight Mass in Seattle this year. What a surprise and treat. I hope to hear more from you when time permits. Good fortune in your continuing studies. Nancy Walton-House

  7. A.J.: Feel free to use my teaching website http://www.ecumenism101.info/ since you are teaching a course with that title, with the condition that you contribute to its revision which I will undertake in November-=December 2014. Will be Trastevere late September through late October. Let’s connect on Linkedin, and maybe meet and chat in Rome.

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